posted on Nov, 6 2011 @ 02:18 PM
Everyone knows the "Occupy" movements around the nation and the globe are rising, and naturally gaining a lot of attention. I have posted before how
this all seems suspicious, and many others share the same notion.
My question is (as the title of this post states) "Why is everything being "Occupied" all of a sudden?
It's a serious question to me. I wonder if the devil is in the phrasing. We are supposedly allowed under the constitution the rights to assemble, and
to protest... but I don't think the right to "occupy" is covered there in.
If someone could please shed some light onto this particular phrasing, and perhaps enligten me as to where exactly the term "occupy" came into play
in regards to protest, I would be very appreciative.
Maybe I'm just being paranoid, but I believe that there has been infilatration into these movements, and whoever is doing the infiltrating is
sabotaging our rights by shifting the status of our protests. After all, dosen't the term "occupy" apply to military actions? And given the recent
homeland security/patriot act legilations, couldn't that distinction make anyone attending a "occupy" event an "enemy combatant?"
I ask this in all sincerity, and again, any input or further speculation is welcome.